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#1 Brett Schroder

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Posted 01 October 2019 - 09:09 PM

I am having a problem opening named pipes in Windows.

I have used this for linux and older Windows servers, but seem to have issues with newer Windows servers.

I create 2 pipes in a separate process (which are inbound and outbound pipes for Glovia).

I can open the outbound pipe from Glovia fine.

But I get a permission error when trying to open the inbound pipe to Glovia.

I am using standard naming protocol (\\.\pipe\glovia_in and \\.\pipe\glovia_out).

I define them as external files with a SEQ type.

Like mentioned, I have used this successfully in linux and older WIndows servers, so not sure what has changed and what needs to be done to use them.

Any feedback would be appreciated.





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